'How To Be a Woman': 8 of Caitlin Moran's stories

Check out 8 stories from writer 'How To Be a Woman,' Caitlin Moran's tongue-in-cheek examination of what it means to be a woman today.

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3. Magazine job

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When she was 16, Moran got a job working at a weekly magazine called the Melody Maker, but she remembers it as a time when she still wasn't quite sure what she was doing. "Almost without exception," she wrote, "my superiors at the magazine appeared to regard me as some kind of chimp in a dress who'd climbed in through an open window, and whom they'd decided they would leave alone to quietly play with the computers, lest it become agitated and start biting people."

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